WFDC is a full-powered Univision affiliate licensed to Arlington, Virginia in the Washington, D.C. market. Located on virtual channel 14 (digital channel 15).
Channel 14 first signed on as WOOK on March 6, 1963 as the first station in the country aimed at the African-American demographic. WOOK's claim to fame was their teen-oriented dance show called Teenarama, which featured big-name acts such as James Brown and Marvin Gaye. In 1969, the station changed its call letters, to WFAN-TV.
In November 2001, Theodore M. White sold the station to Univision Communications and the call letters were changed to WFDC. WFDC Channel 14 became one of the first flagship stations of their new network TeleFutura. The network was created to directly compete with Telemundo for the Latin-American demographic, since Univision is more Mexican-oriented. Telefutura first broadcast on January 14, 2002. On January 1, 2006, WFDC and WMDO swapped networks: WFDC began broadcasting Univision and WMDO began broadcasting Telefutura.Programs from WFDC, collected in Maryland.